Are the Tesla reps in the showrooms sufficiently trained and well informed? They are certainly enthusiastic and friendly but these aren't substitutes for real life experience. When I was first looking at the car, I used the interactive display to calculate how much range I would have given my driving speeds, weather, etc. The rep told me that I'd get even more range with city driving compared to the highway example because of regenerative braking. Based on this information I opted for the 60kWh battery instead of the 85. Now owning the car, I'm aware that, just like ICE vehicles, you get more "mpg/mpkWh" on highway vs city. I heard Cramer on CNBC say this week that he stopped by the Short Hills, NJ store and they told him that it was a nine month wait to get a car. He said he'd buy one if he could buy it now but wasn't willing to wait for nine months. Can members recall other things that they were told while exploring the car that don't match up with real life ownership experience? I don't want to knock the staff or the sales process but maybe we can share some learned experiences on this thread.